Chevy gearheads can rejoice.
American muscle cars have historically gotten very little respect outside of the drag racing world but over the past few years there have been tremendous efforts to build better-handling muscle car
Even though the 2011 Chevrolet Volt easily met or exceeded all of the crash test requirements set forth by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the government safety agency found tha
The Chevrolet Volt has been in the news quite a bit recently due to concerns about fire risks from their lithium ion battery system but that hasn’t slowed the popularity of the Volt, with 1,139 new
There's a little, if you will, firestorm concerning a battery fire issue in the Chevy Volt.
Akerson went on to point out that GM is not looking to buy back the 2011 Chevy Volt because there is any real safety or quality concern issue but instead, the company is extending this offer to Vol
Making every effort to be open, GM went the extra mile today by holding the news teleconference regarding the NHTSA inquiry into the battery safety issue with the Chevy Volt.
In continuing tests, the NHTSA has found a possible problem with lithium ion batteries despite extensive previous testing by both GM and the agency.
While Chevrolet was founded in 1911 as a collaboration between racer Louis Chevrolet and entrepreneur William Durant, it wasn’t until January 1918 that it started producing trucks.
The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco is going to have a price tag of $25,995 when it arrives at dealers in the first quarter of 2012.
Prior to the 2011 Chevrolet Volt going on sale, Jay Leno was asked if he was interested in buying the very first Volt (presumably as a collector’s piece) to which he said “no”.
In the same setting where a few Chevy cars were on display, like the 2012 ZL1, Sonic, 2013 Spark and Volt, the interview with Christi Landy, Chevrolet marketing director for the Chevy Spark, took p
Exclusive interview with 2012 Camaro ZL1 marketing manager John Fitzpatrick at the 2011 LA Auto Show
According to Armen, it was a nice restaurant in downtown LA, not too far from the Omni hotel, where most of the LA Auto Show people are staying.